2019 Summer Public Library Internship-IA

Approximate date of posting January 25, 2019

 Eligibility: All applicants will be considered, however preference will be given to current Library Science students, Elementary Education students, or individuals studying a related field.

Position: Public Library Internship

Location: Ankeny, IA

Company/Organization  Kirkendall Public Library is located in Ankeny, one of Iowa’s fastest growing communities serving over 60,000 residents. The library’s work environment encourages creativity, utilizes a team atmosphere.

Schedule/Hours   40 hours per week

Time Frame Thirteen weeks to begin May 13, 2019 – August 9, 2019.

Compensation$12 an hour

Source Indeed

Description:  Primary duties could include assisting:

  • library customers
  • with library events and programs with a strong emphasis on the youth summer reading program
  • library customers with computers, technologies and equipment
  • library customers in obtaining and managing their library accounts
  • the different Library Teams serving customers

How to Apply complete a city employment application online and attach a cover letter and resume

Website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ankenyiowa/jobs/2331945/library-summer-internship

Deadline:  February 24th, 2019

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2019-2021 Audio Preservation Intern-MA

Approximate date of posting January 25, 2019

 Eligibility: Prior experience is not required, but a strong interest in and passion for preserving legacy audio formats and recorded history, and/or collections care and management, is expected

Position: Audio Preservation Intern

Location: Andover, MA

Company/Organization  NEDCC | Northeast Document Conservation Center

Schedule/Hours   Full-Time

Time Frame  expected start date in May of 2019.  This is a 2-year, grant-funded position. At least a 1-year commitment is expected, with the option to continue for second year, and potential for employment beyond the grant period.

Compensation:  $15.38 per hour The position is eligible for NEDCC’s comprehensive benefits package.

Source  https://archivesgig.com/2019/01/25/andover-ma-paid-audio-preservation-intern-1-2-year-term-northeast-document-conservation-center/

Description: NEDCC is seeking an Audio Preservation Intern for a 1-2-year, full-time, grant-funded position, with an expected start date in May of 2019. Working with our experienced Audio Preservation Engineers, and under the direction of the Manager of Audio Preservation Services, the Intern will gain an understanding of the processes of audio preservation and assist the Audio Preservation Department in fulfilling project orders for digitally reformatting obsolete grooved and magnetic audio formats. NEDCC’s audio preservation services fill a much-needed niche of providing 1:1 transfers with 100% quality control, particularly for those highly-valued collections that deserve a specialized (rather than high-throughput) workflow. Because NEDCC is a conservation center, its service places an emphasis on preservation of the carrier as well as its audio contents. In addition to digitization, NEDCC offers collection- and item-level surveys, cleaning, treatment, and rehousing using vetted and transparent (i.e., non-proprietary) approaches. NEDCC rigorously follows best practices for digital audio preservation of degrading media on highly obsolete formats. The Intern will have the opportunity to shadow and learn from our engineers during the digitization process, and will contribute to the digital audio preservation workflow in the following areas: · identifying legacy carriers and assessing condition; · verifying/preparing inventory data for materials to be digitized; · rewinding, cleaning, stabilization and repair of original carriers; · creating audio access files; · rehousing original carriers; and · imaging original carriers, containers, and accompanying documentation. The Intern will have the opportunity to attend relevant professional conferences and engage in other professional development activities as identified.

Full Description at:

https://www.nedcc.org/assets/media/documents/2019%20NEDCC%20Audio%20Preservation%20Intern.pdf

How to Apply To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in a single PDF to Bryce Roe, Manager of Audio Preservation Services, broe@nedcc.org

Website: https://www.nedcc.org/about/employment-opportunities

Deadline: Feb 28, 2019- This position will remain open until filled.

Summer 2019 Music Production Archivist Intern-CA

Approximate date of posting  January 24, 2019

Position: Music Production Archivist Intern Job ID 604447BR

  • Eligibility: Enrolled in an undergraduate program at a college/university, taking at least one class in the semester prior to participation in the internship program, or recently graduated within six months at time of application

 in music, film, computer science or related.

Location: Burbank/Glendale, California

Company/Organization  The Walt Disney Studios

Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Frame. 12 weeks from May/June through August/September

Compensation: $$$

Source: https://archivesgig.com/2019/01/24/burbank-ca-music-production-archivist-intern-walt-disney-studios-2/

Description: The Walt Disney Animation Studios Music Department produces all music for Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios. Learn, adapt, and implement existing workflow for backup and archiving of digital music assets for current/ongoing and legacy productions at Disney and Pixar Animation. Coordinate digitizing of analog masters, transfers of digital tape masters and other formats to standard Pro Tools files.

Responsibilities:

Contributing to the management of archives of digital music assets for current/ongoing and legacy Disney/Pixar productions

Coordinating transfers of legacy audio formats to standard Pro Tools files

Documenting procedures to create workflow manual

Presenting periodic progress reports to supervisor

Assisting with archive project implementation

Assisting music staff with department functions

Basic Qualifications:

Mac OS – advanced

Unix OS – ability to navigate through terminal shells using basic commands

Pro Tools – proficient

Music background

Knowledge of legacy analog and digital audio recording formats

Desire to learn current and historical production methodologies

Attention to detail and organizational skills

Library Sciences beneficial

How to Applyhttps://jobs.disneycareers.com/job/burbank/music-production-archivist-intern-animation-studios-summer-2019/391/10656789

Deadline: unspecified

2019 Summer Art Library & Archives Intern-AR

Approximate date of posting  January 24, 2019

Position: Art Library & Archives Intern

Eligibility: College student, sophomore or above

Experience or interest in Librarianship or Archiving

Location: Bentonville, AR

Company/Organization Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art  Crystal Bridges is a museum of American Art located in Bentonville, Arkansas. We explore the unfolding story of America by actively collecting, exhibiting, interpreting and preserving outstanding works that illuminate the American heritage and artistic possibilities.

We are passionate about transforming lives through experiences that encourage the discovery of new ideas, expanded dreams and inspired actions.

As an intern at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, you will be empowered to think creatively, ask questions, and make suggestions to help move the institution forward.

Diversity Internship Program

Crystal Bridges is committed to a diverse workforce and to providing training for the next generation of non-profit professionals. Recognizing the desire and responsibility to support and develop greater diversity in the professions related to museums and the visual arts, Crystal Bridges will assertively recruit interns from underrepresented demographics to support our organization’s and industry’s diversity and inclusion strategic initiatives. Students representing underrepresented groups in the museum field are encouraged to apply. Scholarships available.

Schedule/Hours  16– 20 hours per week

Time Frame. 10-12 weeks long

Compensation: stipends are available to students who identify as members of an underrepresented group.

$1,500-4,500 (depending on number of hours work per week and responsibility)

Source: https://archivesgig.com/2019/01/24/bentonville-ar-summer-library-intern-crystal-bridges-museum-of-american-art/

Description: The Library internship in the Library and Archives department at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is designed to provide an overview of the skills and responsibilities needed as a Librarian/Archivist working with a range of audiences in a museum Library setting. The internship will include learning both practical working skills and opportunities to research, present and learn skills that are centrifugal to Librarianship.

The intern will have the opportunity assist in backstage projects in the Crystal Bridges Vault under the tutelage of the Librarian as well as having an opportunity to conduct guest enhancing presentations and other programs as they become available.

Areas of Support

The Library Intern will actively participate and perform duties in some of the following functional areas:

  • Daily Library Operations
    • Research assistance and literacy helps for visitors and staff
    • Assist in the check-in/ check-out processes
    • After receiving training, choose a Library centric project to carry out form planning to execution.
  • Program Support
    • In concert with other library staff members develop a presentation or do a blog post or a Great Reveal involving archived materials.
    • Learn core competencies of circulation, cataloging, archiving, research and more.

How to Apply https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=12703&clientkey=BC9586F35E70BD74D59EC08D93D8EDD5

Deadline: Applications due Saturday, April 6, 2019

2019-2021 Conservation Fellowship-IN

Approximate date of posting Jan 11, 2019

 Position: Mar 11, 2019 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

Eligibility. Master’s degree in conservation, or related field with equivalent training and experience. Knowledge of the history, manufacture, and chemistry of books and paper; understanding of conservation ethics and preservation theory; excellent hand skills and attention to detail; demonstrated written and oral communication skills; effective interpersonal and team collaboration skills; and the ability to manage time effectively

Location: Notre Dame, Indiana

Company/Organization  University of Notre Dame- Hesburgh Libraries

Schedule/Hours  Full time-

Time Frame two-year appointment, to begin between July 1 and September 1, 2019.

Compensation: Appointment salary and rank are competitive, commensurate with experience and qualifications. The Gladys Brooks Conservation Fellow is a non-tenure track member of the Library Faculty. The University offers an excellent benefits and annual vacation package.

Source:https://archivesgig.com/2019/01/11/notre-dame-in-gladys-brooks-conservation-fellowship-university-of-notre-dame/

Description: With generous support from the Gladys Brooks Foundation, the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries welcomes applications for a post-graduate conservation fellowship for a two-year appointment. The Fellowship is a wonderful opportunity for an emerging conservation professional to grow and apply the skills, experience, and confidence necessary to address conservation needs in a research library context.

Primary Responsibilities:

Working with the Libraries’ conservators and other library staff, the Fellow will address a range of priority conservation treatment needs within the Libraries’ rare books, archives, and other special collections. The Fellow will perform and document specialized treatments and will gain experience in decision making and treatment prioritization through interactions with conservators, curators, and archivists.

The Fellow will also engage in initiatives such as surveys, preservation education, and outreach, exhibit preparation, and potential disaster response. As a member of the Library Faculty, the Fellow is encouraged to contribute to the profession and may dedicate up to 20% of their time to research and other professional contributions that promote their fellowship activities to the broader conservation community.

Primary Responsibilities:

Working with the Libraries’ conservators and other library staff, the Fellow will address a range of priority conservation treatment needs within the Libraries’ rare books, archives, and other special collections. The Fellow will perform and document specialized treatments and will gain experience in decision making and treatment prioritization through interactions with conservators, curators, and archivists.

The Fellow will also engage in initiatives such as surveys, preservation education, and outreach, exhibit preparation, and potential disaster response. As a member of the Library Faculty, the Fellow is encouraged to contribute to the profession and may dedicate up to 20% of their time to research and other professional contributions that promote their fellowship activities to the broader conservation community.

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Website: https://apply.interfolio.com/49278

How to Apply Interested candidates must submit a curriculum vitae, the names of three references, and a letter of application that includes statements about the following: 1) expectations of benefit from the program, 2) the value of diversity in libraries and the applicant’s strengths appropriate to a residency with a goal of diversity in libraries, 3) specific academic library areas of interest and experience, and how these address the libraries’ strategic priorities and 4) where this advertisement was seen.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin on February 25, 2019, and the application deadline is March 11, 2019.

2019 Latin American and Iberian collections.Library Intern-N.C.

Approximate date of posting  January 19, 2019

 Eligibility: BA/BS and current enrollment in an MLS/MIS program accredited by the American Library Association. Must have near fluency in Spanish and Portuguese.

Interest in a career in international and area studies librarianship

Position: International and Area Studies Library Intern  Refer to requisition # 401546390.  Latin American and Iberian collections

Location: Durham, NC

Company/Organization  Duke University

Schedule/Hours   part-time position available for 10 hours per week Hours are flexible within a M-F, 8:30-5:00 work week, but assistants are expected to set and maintain a consistent schedule.

Time Frame   temporary, until May 30, 2019. 

Compensation:  $16.50 per hour; 

Source https://www.linkup.com/details/6781105e9ab38d32013bfba18e727e06?utm_source=Job+Alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=general

Description:  The intern will work closely with the Head of IAS, Librarian for Latin American, Iberian & Latino/a Studies to create websites in three languages – English, Spanish, and Portuguese. This will include serving as the IAS Wikpedian. A second project will involve identifying unique titles of out-of-copyright books in the Duke collection written in Spanish and Portuguese. Time permitting the intern will assist with collection development in Spanish, Kreyol and Portuguese.

Responsibilities

  • Works with IAS librarians and Duke Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies to build a Wikipedia site on the history of the Duke Libraries collection Latin America and Iberia and on the history of the Duke Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies.
  • Coordinates with IAS librarians to replicate the collection analysis study completed on Slavic Studies by applying the method to the Latin American and Iberian collections.
  • Assists with collection development activities such as catalog searching and resource selection, and assisting with collection analysis projects
  • Performs other special projects and duties as assigned

How to Apply An electronic resume, cover letter, and list of 3 references should be submitted at: https://hr.duke.edu/careers/apply

. Refer to requisition # 401546390.

Website: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&jobId=1328864&partnerid=25017&siteid=5172#jobDetails=1328864_5172

Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled

2019 Summer Library Science Intern-DC

Approximate date of posting January 23, 2019

 Eligibility: OCC’s mission is “To ensure that national banks and federal savings associations operate in a safe and sound manner, provide fair access to financial services, treat customers fairly, and comply with applicable laws and regulations”

Position: Library Science

Location: Washington, D.C.

Company/Organization  Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

Schedule/Hours   Full-Time

Time Frame  will begin on or about June 3, 2019 and continue until August 9, 2019

Compensation:  $450-550.00 per week

Source Indeed

Description:  OCC’s mission is “To ensure that national banks and federal savings associations operate in a safe and sound manner, provide fair access to financial services, treat customers fairly, and comply with applicable laws and regulations”

How to Apply http://www.minorityaccessconference.org/internship/

Complete the Application and  include Resume and Transcript

 Send to : mmonroe@minorityaccess.org

Website: www.minorityaccess.org

POC: For Questions Contact

Mason Monroe, Internship Program Director

301-779-7100

Deadline: January 30, 2019

2019 Summer Library, Archives, & Museum Intern,-OH

Approximate date of posting January 23, 2019

 Eligibility: Students must currently be enrolled in a LIS, Archives or Museum studies graduate level program

Position: Library, Archives, & Museum Intern,

Location: Dublin, Ohio

Company/Organization  OCLC

Schedule/Hours   Full-Time

Time Frame  May 13 thru August 16, 2019

Compensation:Assumed

Source https://archivesgig.com/2019/01/22/dublin-oh-library-archives-museum-intern-oclc/

Description: Intern may choose to work in any of the areas described below, or a combination therein:

Archives Maintenance, Data Enhancement

Responsibilities include:

Enhance existing metadata of OCLC Archive records stored in the OCLC Archive digital repository using CONTENTdm and within WorldCat.  This may include editing existing or creating new cataloging records of archive collection items.

Retrospective editing subject authorities of OCLC Archive entries in CONTENTdm utilizing authority-controlled vocabulary.  This may include adding new entries to the controlled vocabulary.

Correct links in the OCLC WorldCat knowledge base to connect CONTENTdm entries with records in the OCLC Library’s catalog.

Assist archive/library staff with OCLC Archive’s donations backlog by prepping and digitizing analog documents using a digital scanner and adding/enhancing metadata before importing digital documents into the OCLC Digital ARCHIVE (using CONTENTdm).  This may include conducting mini-inventories of archive documents. 

Museum Exhibit Research, Creation and Promotion

Responsibilities include:

Assist in researching, creating and promoting an exhibit for the OCLC Museum.

Work with the OCLC Corporate Archivist and staff in other OCLC units as needed to research an idea and prepare the storyline for an exhibit.

Search the OCLC Archive collections for relevant exhibit items, design and assemble the exhibit, and help promote it.  The exhibit will be viewed and appreciated by OCLC staff and librarians from around the world who tour OCLC’s headquarters campus.

Library Reference/Research

Responsibilities Include:

Work with the Corporate Archivist to pull/prep background information and items for a new OCLC Museum exhibit.

Learn to search digital archived sources to locate potential objects for assembling potential new exhibits.

Assist in answering reference requests from OCLC employees and external callers as appropriate, performing literature searches using internal sources, e.g. OCLC Library and Archive collections, and third-party information sources

How to Apply https://oclc.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/OCLC_Careers/job/Corporate-Office—Dublin/Archives—Museum-Intern_R0001135/apply

Website: https://oclc.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/OCLC_Careers/job/Corporate-Office—Dublin/Archives—Museum-Intern_R0001135

Deadline: Unspecified